We are all looking for ways to save money and reduce our impact on the environment, and to help you we have come up with really innovative solutions- such as Start/Stop technology within our ecoFLEX models. Not only are our ecoFLEX models fun to drive, with great styling, they also have low CO2 and high miles per gallon.
Every vehicle has different characteristics and customers. For this reason we have adopted a holistic approach to ecoFLEX.Optimised engine performance with reduced idling speed, modified transmissions, low rolling resistance tyres, aerodynamic streamlining and raised the final drive ratios, can all help individually. By combining them and fine-tuning them to each individual model Vauxhall creates a comprehensive approach to emission reduction and fuel efficiency.
Whether you’re a private or company car driver, choosing an ecoFLEX model can save you money and reduce your impact on the planet, thanks to:
Driving smarter won't just lower your CO2 emissions, it will help you save money too.
Apart from driving a car that emits less CO2, there are a few easy things you can do whilst driving. We have teamed up with Millbrook Proving Ground and Myleene Klass to show you how you put these simple steps into action.
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^£28,750 on-the-road cost for Ampera includes £5,000 Plug-in Car Grant.
1 = 2012/2013 tax year. General Motors UK Limited does not offer tax advice and recommends that all company car drivers consult their own accountants with regards to their particular tax position.
Fuel consumption and CO2 emission data complies with the relevant EU testing regulations used by vehicle manufacturers to enable comparisons between different models. Important: please note fuel consumption can be affected by many factors including driving style, road and traffic conditions, vehicle mileage and standard maintenance of the vehicle. In addition these results relate to the particular vehicle tested, inevitably there will be differences between individual vehicles of the same model.